Scr1pt_K1ng

@PlanB You still trading??? figured i'd hit you back just to make sure

anatomic
anatomic Jun 13, 17 5:16 PM

Absolutely! Studying every day. I'm working through the summer to make enough $ to live on till next May so no trading till August, but still grinding as usual!

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Financestudent
Financestudent Jun 13, 17 9:13 PM

@Scr1pt_K1ng thanks, but does level 2 come with the web platform? or do i need t pay for suretrader pro desktop platform to get level 2, is there a waý around it?

kenjiii16
kenjiii16 Jun 13, 17 11:31 PM

@Financestudent you need to pay for Suretrader pro for level 2. i planned on using thinkorswim platform and using the Suretrader platform just for entering orders.

Financestudent
Financestudent Jun 17, 17 9:27 PM

but is the thinkorswim platform for free? so you use thinkorswim platform for level 2 and suretrader for order executions

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Scr1pt_K1ng
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Scr1pt_K1ng Oct 31, 16 4:19 PM

I'm still learnin cuh, I am not profitable yet because I have humbly accepted that i need to pay my dues and learn my niche before i trade for profitability. I only trade against my self. I need to self master my abilities. I trade with the goal of being better than myself yesterday. I don't trade with the goal of making profits.

YawnAlot
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YawnAlot Oct 31, 16 4:57 PM

Yea does look like some topping action, only thing that would make me play it a bit extra safe is that the bottom graph still closed higher than its first spike did, and whoa just seen this, the little earning winners symbol, I wouldnt be shorting man, thats one of tims main rules not to short earning winner, i think mainly cuz hype around earnings/contracts lasts longer than PR's. Just my thoughts, be careful and good luck, curious to see how it reacts

Scr1pt_K1ng
Scr1pt_K1ng Oct 31, 16 5:05 PM

Yeah for sure man, i agree it is a nice bit of risky. That is a major difference, i accounted for just didn't say anything about in my blog post.. We will see tomorrow (:

YawnAlot
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YawnAlot Oct 31, 16 5:15 PM

Sweet, good thing ur aware of it so u have ur risk set, it is up a shitload ha, wish u a nice panic drop :p

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Palmer
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Palmer Oct 21, 16 3:41 PM

Yay...welcome to the volatility of penny stocks. I was long when the price broke above the VWAP and another signal I use but sold when 5.10 area was getting resistance. Stole about 16 cents but I exited when I saw the 5.10 area getting heavy seller show up so I got out within a few minutes of the halt.

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Palmer Oct 21, 16 3:42 PM

Either way, halts are just one of the variables that add to the craziness with trading these. Buy some lotto tickets now!

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ChristofferB
ChristofferB Oct 19, 16 12:32 PM

How is it that your winning over 78 % of the time but your down 400 $

Scr1pt_K1ng
Scr1pt_K1ng Oct 19, 16 12:43 PM

Well 2 weeks ago I was celebrating my first 1k in profits. I was 1500 in the green. Then 1 trade wiped me out. That's how it goes when you don't cut losses quickly, that is my greatest weakness. That 20% of losses doesn't mean anything if it always wipes you out. I'm actually up 395 today before fees so when I upload tomorrow I'll be close to break even again.

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ChristofferB Oct 19, 16 12:51 PM

@King_of_Spades Ah, I see... Well now you probally wont make that mistake again, anyways good luck!

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wood0639
wood0639 Nov 10, 16 11:16 PM

Do you just call and ask for lower commission fees?

Arussell125
Arussell125 Nov 10, 16 11:22 PM

Told them i trade way more than 15 times or ao a quarter and needed a better comm structure

JohnathonG
JohnathonG Dec 22, 16 3:59 PM

Did you ever figure out this issue? I don't see how your commissions were $160? 4.95/trade x2 is $10 + $30 ECN fees = ~$40 in commissions. What else were you charged? I have been using them for a couple of weeks now and agree with Arick that you need to win a bit bigger to cover the costs of trading with them. I too have had greed days that turn into red days because of fees. Sucks, but part of the game of getting around PDT. Hope things have gotten better for you since this!

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Youn_gun706
Youn_gun706 Oct 07, 16 1:12 PM

I use Marketwatch its a free account as well

Dylanevers1990
Dylanevers1990 Oct 07, 16 10:11 PM

I just write down stocks that have great past history suitable to my trading style. Then i keep an eye on them and just wait for the right setups. A bit of a pain but it beats looking endlessly all the time which i seem to do anyways lol

PhdGamer
PhdGamer Oct 08, 16 12:07 AM

Hello, Tdameritrade offers a paper trading account when you sign up with them. Hope it helps. Good luck

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